8 Local Dishes Gone Atas

When you want to have expensive chicken rice and oyster omelette, look at this list.

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1. Nasi Lemak ($12.80) – The Coconut Club

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The Coconut Club pride themselves in serving a flavourful plate of Nasi Lemak. They spent 2 years in developing the recipe and to source for top grade coconuts. They want to provide their customers with a high quality plate of Nasi Lemak.

Where: No. 6 Ann Siang Hill, Singapore 069787
Operating Hours: Tuesday to Saturday – 11am to 3pm
Contact Information: 6635 2999

2. Lobster and Big Prawn Soup Noodles ($24.90) – Sumo Big Prawn

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Using Columbian Lobsters that is of premium quality, the lobster has a sweet taste after it’s cooked. The bowl has a whole lobster, two big prawns and even clams in it. Noodles were submerge in the rich broth with an aroma of Chinese wine.

Where: Blk 628, Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, Singapore 560628
Operating Hours: Tuesday to Sunday – 9.30am to 4pm and 5pm to 9pm. Closed on Mondays.
Contact Information: 9299 2621

3. Nonya Laksa ($24) – CreatureS

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This bowl of nonya laksa is being described as quintessential. It’s served with fresh prawns, quail eggs, chicken, fish cakes and cucumber laces. This exclusive dish is only available on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays.

Find out more about CreatureS here

Where: 120 Desker Road, Singapore 209639
Operating Hours: Tuesday to Thursday and Sunday – 12pm to 10.30pm, Friday to Saturday – 12pm to 11.30pm. Closed on Mondays.
Contact Information: 6291 6996

4. Chap Chye, Braised Cabbage, Black Mushroom, Lilybuds, Black Fungus ($16) – Candlenut

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This dish can be found on the dinner menu of Candlenut. It has gotten many positive reviews online which is quite a rare sight. Candlenut offers traditional Peranakan dishes with a twist and this dish seems to be twisted just right.

Where: COMO Dempsey, Block 17A Dempsey Road, Singapore 249676
Operating Hours: [Lunch] Monday to Sunday – 12pm to 2.30pm, [Dinner] Sunday to Thursday – 6pm to 9pm, Friday to Saturdays, eve of PH and PH – 6pm to 10.30pm
Contact Information: 1800 304 2288

5. Mum’s Chicken Curry ($16.50) – Bakerzin

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Instead of being served with a toast or baguette, Bakerzin offers you with ciabatta to go with your curry chicken. Whether this dish taste similar to your mum’s curry chicken is up to you to decide.

Where: Various outlets

6. Oyster Omelette ($14) – Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine

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This high class Teochew Restaurant is great for celebrating elderlys’ birthdays especially those who have a Teochew heritage. This oyster omelette is one of those dishes you share around the whole table and wish you had more.

Where: 190 Keng Lee Road, #01-02, Chui Huay Lim Club, Singapore 308409
Operating Hours: [Lunch] Mondays to Thursdays – 12pm to 3pm, Fridays to Sundays and PH – 11.30am to 3pm [Dinner] Monday to Thursdays – 6pm to 11pm,  Fridays to Sundays and PH – 5.30pm to 11pm
Contact Information: 6732 3637

7. Hainanese Chicken Rice ($17) – Privé

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Prepared with free-roaming chicken, fragrant Jasmine rice, chicken broth, housemade chilli, ginger and dark soya sauce. Try this out for brunch when you are tired of Eggs Benny and Big Breakfast sets.

Where: Various outlets

8. Hae Mee Tng ($25) – The Naked Finn

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You can find farmed giant tiger prawns and Salmon Creek Farms’ natural pork belly in this bowl of noodles. You can also choose between two types of noodles, Japanese sōmen or vermicelli. The rich broth and intense flavour is probably what makes it so good.

Where: Blk 39 Malan Road, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109442
Operating Hours: [Lunch] Tuesday to Saturday – 12pm to 3pm [Dinner] Tuesday to Thursday – 6pm to 10pm, Friday to Saturday – 6pm to 10.30pm. Closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Contact Information: 6694 0807

Source: mothership.sg